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Otis Kuykendall: A View into Industrialization

A view of Otis Kuykendall's life in the context of an newly industrial society.

Terry McKinney Concert at Duke University

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Terry McKinney Concert at Duke University

Darby's Ram, performed by Otis Kuykendall

Recorded on July 18,1939. In Asheville, Buncombe County, North Carolina.

"Lover's Last Farewell," performed by Millie Saunders

Recorded on June 30, 1940. In Jonas Ridge, Burke County, North Carolina.

"Our Good Man," performed by Millie Saunders.

Recorded on June 30, 1940. In Jonas Ridge, Burke County, North Carolina. Song also known as "Three Nights Drunk" and "Cabbage Head."

"Farmer Gray," performed by Millie Saunders.

Recorded on June 30, 1940. In Jonas Ridge, Burke County, North Carolina.

"There Will Be No Sad Parting," performed by Millie Saunders and Estalena Graybeal

Recorded on June 30, 1940. In Jonas Ridge, Burke County, North Carolina. Song Composed by Estalina Graybeal, set to the tune of "East Virginia Blues."

"The Orphans," performed by Estalena Graybeal

Song also known as "Two Little Children." Recorded on June 30, 1940. In Jonas Ridge, Burke County, North Carolina.

Millie Saunders and Estalena Graybeal

Millie Saunders and Estalena Graybeal are two sisters who were recorded by Frank Clyde Brown in Jonas Ridge, NC on June 30, 1940. Estalena was born on January 8, 1909 in Mortimer, NC to Eliza Hughes Graybeal and Quince Graybeal. Millie was born in…

Women in the South

“A New Society: An Examination of Gender Roles in the South and the Impact of Industrialization on Millie Saunders and Estalena Graybeal”

(Peter Ciporin Project 2)